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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 7 October 1897

Who knows what you have to sell unless you in form them ? Try Herald ad VOL. IX. NORTH YAKIMA. WASHINGTON, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 7, 1897. NO. 38 I "Superior" 1 A In name and in fact arc the A f elegant Ranges and Cooking £ £ Stoves we arc now handling. w w Considering their beauty and w m—. o tJ W utility ttiey are the cheapest T J on the market. Prices range J € from $35 to $65. We will be ' J W pleased to show them to you. W mW 0 We also have Superior Ware, 2 4 planished, nickle plated and £ # copper Tea Kettles, Coffee w # Pots, Tea Pots, etc. W | WMilui Hardware Cnm. | PROFESSIONAL CARDS. CaaaOUß, (Jravks. Kllenabiirg, Ika I. (MUNUIti North Yakima, ( J RAVES & ENGLEHART, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Kiiiiiiia 7 ami 8, Second floor, Kirat Natioual liitiilt building. VESTAL SNYDER, K. II PREBLE. I'roaecutlug Attorney. I'onrt 1/ominiH'r. cnydkb a pbsblk, Attorneys at Law. tillleea: Second Floor Schlotfeldt Block, Yakima Avenue, North Yakima, Wanh ■V-2 C. HENTON, ATTORNEY AT LAW. practice* in ...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 7 October 1897

• Fui'iiiliirc BlankolM, Plctare Frames, *Atd 101111 inn 0 llflllOl TV W«llP«|»cp, r„mlo,l». Lace * Chenille /// I 11IWIK A Kll Al HIIkV HI ** N <«.,„.*, pi,,„.os i,ra„c,.i,snc. LUIVIDAIIU a nUlloLLi HIE YAKIMA HERAia: BAH.ky .v ii i:-i IT. i Published every Tbandaj nil m rt\ i*-.n $1 im I l*tr )ear in a.lt am c. Ail*, en latng ratea ll|.i.:i Hiipln Hlinii. THURSDAY. OCTOIU-.R :. 1.197. A VOICE FROM INDIA. Prof. A. S. Ghosh of the Calcutta I'ni- ' ve'sity, a native of K.tsi India, has urit ten an articl" fir the North American Review in which he arr.iik.tis the British ' government for blocking the way for in ternational agreement f..r -ilver, SSJting that in closing the Indian mints it confis cated one-half of the weall h ol tbe pc >ple of the Indian empire. Hi expressed the opinion that F.ngland tiuiv be forced, mit of regard to her own Intereste, to change her views, nnd he concludes: "If, however, notwithstanding every j entreaty, she proves false to her own nn 1 ' the wor...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 7 October 1897

WII.SOVS IMPROVED AIR TIOHT HEATERS wilh outside draft, arc Ihe most economical and Naliafac lorv healers on Ihe market for Wood or Coal. Finest -mr . • n„ ■ *< line in the cily. Price, within the reach of all 1 SIKIIIISI HSll*4l >VaiH fc C 01ll|>ail,V BEPOBTOBIiL FANCIES Brief Bits or News Gathered From tbe Highways and Byways of Life. PERSONAL AND IMPERSONAL JOTTINGS HRnn! l< •»■■<ui il.ln* Thai l« >«i ••■ in r,i ll i Known nnd II err II en it ers ol •• I lie ll.rnlil" tl 111 I lit.l n Couple ol Column* ol 11. W, J. Boa! is at the post ol duty once in ire. A howling alley is the latest echetne on foot. Mayor Fechter is confined to the house by illness. Samuel Storrow nnd family are expect ed home in a few days. Koy Stuart of the Moxee valley h.i his sister entered the Alitaniiin academy thia week. School commenced at Riverside school ho.ise on Monthly morning with Miss Carrie Young teacher. The matter of establishing a cannery is once more being considered, this ...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 7 October 1897

niJW «*„„*, improved Air Ti S h«^ * Jj^j jpp "^ * "~L* " " BOLD AQBNTS ■^^S£';.«: 5* f ;^B*^=3c isSS jW* ■ 1 U9°ai a Melange j Buy the healthful drink-IVdntn Ce real—at Kinsey A Co.'c n4l Thomaa Whipple has closed his simp in Tampico ami bas moved buck to town. A social is announced for Friday at the Christian church, ami a good time ii as lured. Malcolm McLennan left on Monday morning'! train for T\>rtland and The Dallea. F. W. Millick, who is an extensive cat tle dealer, arrived in Nortli Yakima last Monday. Gertrude Sinclair left on Tueaday for Ballard, where she will -flail Mrs t'oonse for a time. Miss Shannon was not able to teach ■chool last week, and her place was filled by Mies Smith. Indian Agent Jay Lynch was visiting his sister, Mrs. I. A. Williams of Kllens burg, laat week. Thk llkkai.ii will soon have the pleas ure of chronicling a wedding of more than usual interest. According to reports from the Pullman agricultural college, Yakim.i has nine atudeuta in tiiat insti...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 14 October 1897

Who knows what you have to sell unless you in form them ? Try Herald ad VOL. IX. NORTH YAKIMA. WASHINGTON, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1897. NO. 39 I "Superior" 1 A In name antl in fact are the A m elegant Ranges and Cooking 4 S Stoves we arc now handling. 6 m Considering their beauty and # w utility they are the cheapest # W on the market. Prices range J € from $35 to §65. We will be J 5 pleased to show them to you. £ 4 We also have Superior Ware, 2 6 planished, nickle plated and m # copper Tea Kettles, Coffee m # Pots, Tea Pots, etc. # j Wdbce-Cibin Hnlnrc Cnmr. j PROFESSIONAL CARDS. CIRSOU.B. (ißAvrs, BUaaibaqt lua I. KMii.KHAKT, North Yakima, ( J RAVES A KNGLKHART, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Km una 7 anil I, Second floor, First National Hi-oik building. VESTAL S.NYHKK, K. B I'KKBI.K, I'ronei iitiiiK Attorney. CoartCommta'r. CNYDEB A PBBBLB, Attorneys at Law. nitleea: Seeoinl Floor Selilotfelitt Hloek, Yakima Avenue, North Yakima, Wash tc C BENTON, 9* a ATTORNEY AT LAW. Practices in Federal ami...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 14 October 1897

a ■...■•.lure Blanket*, Pln.rr Frames J*/ in* 111 ■ [)» 0 BIfIRPI TV ,?#«&' Wall Paper, V foils l,;„, A «!.<..i11, /,*/ 11) Ul X A Kll HIIKXI PI tar,M.s Plelares Dmperir* Kle. //«' LUIVIDAIIU (X nUIIOLL I rilE YAKIMA HERALD. BAIi.KY A Tl *>! KY. PublUhed tftrj Thiirnd.y; i • (ion ILOO per year In n-l raw \" • *\*-'* ii|ki!i .ppll< .tion. THURSDAY, OCTOBER /;. is:*:. SILVER IN MEXH Ot The St. Louie Olobi-Ditnocr.it in a re cent issue contained the following cdi* torial paragraph:'' ' Ket those who are all* to grasp the financial paralysis which the fall in silver has caused in Mexico tr\ to r sliss ths condition of collapse which wonld have taken place in the United States ti this country was "ii ths silver basis,as it would be before this tune il Bryan had been elected." President Robinson, of tbe Mexican i Central Railway compsny—tbe princip il stock ol which is owned lo tbe United states and Barope -telegrsphs Ihe fo! lowing statement from th" manager nl one ol the la...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 14 October 1897

DON'T MAKE A MISTAKE By being urged into buying your Rubber Goods before you see our line and hear our story; with the improvements recently made no line of Rubbers approaches the WALES GOOD YEARS. They lead in Style, Fit and Service. Just received 129 Cases. _ SCHOTT SHOE COMPANY A HODGE-PODGE OF NEWS Short Notes of Hews Gathered Id and Out of the City. IMS FROM THE WORLD OF TRADE 11.I 1. raniiiil,, ll<■-»)•■• »*» liiuni n •!!•. I orr. ill I i.iiiiii. ill unit i .nis InlrrHniiii la Null "The Herald*" liin,l.r» A. 15. ROM is a Sound visitor for a few days. Wheat IMS centa at the mill. Alfalfa hay $4 M iv the stack. ' Married, Oct 7, W. S. Douglas to Miss K'nel Kadir, both of Siinnvside. Harry Moran left this morning forChe- Imlis, wtiere be goes to get cattle. Iver Williams, n cattle buyer of Seat l'<-, was registered at The Bartholet Tues d /. The infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs Oliver Klingensmith, of tlie Moxee, died on Sunday last. Sumner Barker, a former resident of ths ci...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 14 October 1897

BUY Wi,H""vlmpiovcdal^*od,, coal * YaWraaHardware Cipif " mM^ ——— . • • • SOLiHI AQICNTS I -i>hot: S3>^o3Ksiacr?^-;'C~rt—, * - -.. -r***s*r*\vj l'm.|..iii| llti-Hlrrt. Kimtiir llkkai.ii: There nretwo rieeei - ' of people to be pitied. One is the i-alam- j Ity howler and the other Ibe prosperity j howler. The editor of the Kepuhhc en ewers my respectful queries nt tv what I he meant by prosperity, by sneering! at me as a calaiuitv howli*r. I deny tbe soft impeachment, hut run he deny Uibl be is a prosperity howler, with all the Dame implies. 1 specify conditions thetexiat and bopt by directing attention to them to bettel them. He replies hy n shrug ami an inueiido, signilyiug—nothing. A new sect has sprung Into notice in the eastern stales. It ia called Kireshan ity after ita founder, one Koreeb. The organ of the society is "The Fleming Bword." A glance at its columns Shows that the central idea of the neiv pbiloeo phy is to upset the theory of Copernlcas, I that the planets re...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 21 October 1897

Who knows what you have to sell unless you in form them ? Try Herald ad VOL. IX. STTJDEBAKER -without rpT^TTn £ AN J"tl"cl T EQUAL" We have just received another _^ j^J^m Wilh >v «nperior workmanship, carload of these goods and if you F*Vuffli*~*^""-: al n iSMWJT thoroughly seasoned timlier. the need a Wagon ami will alop a * «»»afcgri heavy ironing Norway iron clipe, moment and consider that yon / |a|Ca^Kjk slope shouldered spokes, which lo buy a cheap waiton when you -£ v*/ ' -^s^^SWp^gwa work ami rough rna.ls yon will Y/YMMft HrftRDWftRE. CO., salt: |WRf PROFESS ION A L CARDS. i'ahk.ii.i. h. Oaavaa, RUensbnrg. Iln IV KN'ii.KHARr. Nurth Yakima. ( IBAVKB A EKOLKHABT, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Itii.niiß 7 and k, Second fliMir, Kirat National rank Inilliliiii;. VKSTAI. SSYIIKIt, K. 11 PKEHI.K. Priisi'i-nlinit Attorney. Court Coinmli.'r. QtfYDKB .<: PRKBLE, ATTORNEYS at Law. ! oiiirea: Second Floor sciitotfeldt Block, Vnklnia Avenue, Nnrtli Vakiina, Un-1. C 0. HENTON, ATTORNEY AT LAW. P...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 21 October 1897

Faraltarc Blanket*, Picture Frames, dAtf I ftji If) I rift A 1101101 TV ##^ Wstll l*»|»er, Comfort*, Loot A t itenille £// 111 llfl X A Kll Al HIINx H .a.,-. ntr,, »r»prr., ( «,. LUmDAIIU (X nUiIoLLI THE YAKIMA HERALD. BAH.KY A TIKSI.KY. PHbllahed every Tlmr-lm tabarrlptkni 11.08 per year In iuli m, . Advert an . ratal U|Hlll «|.).11i Ml.nil. THURSDAY. OCTORI R tl, U97. Col. Howlett is nt the opinion that wlipn the icoverimii nt engages in the husiiipss of raising riiminr for every urn in Alaska anil binding row seals it ll time for the establishment ol a national Insane asylum. A recent discovery rttmUi tbt bd that tlip r.uti.i) States trt iisnrv has In ■• ti robbed of consiiieral.il' sums 1> \ mo ploy i s who have ma.le a Imliit of taking ■Hirer coin out of the fcaiks Hint il in kepi in ami replacing len.l to miik.* ilie weight ni the sacks correct. It lia» bat n i i)**tum:iry to COltal the money liy wi i^liing tbi •aiiki anil «o the robbery bus gooa on discovered until recentl...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 21 October 1897

DON'T MAKE A MISTAKE By being urged into buying your Rubber Goods before you see our line and hear our story; with the improvements recently made no line of Rubbers approaches the WALES GOOD TEARS. They lead in Style, Fit and Service. Just received 129 Cases. SCHOTT SHOE COMPANY A HODGE-PODGE OF NEWS Sbort otes of News Gathered In and Out t the City. ITEM FROM THE WORLD OF TRADE I'l rSOIIHI*. Illl.lllits tIIIIOIIIK <• minis. I ioi.nl I imiliii nl and I »i I, lllliruiivin to Mult "The n.riiiti*- llrndere. A. B. Ross returned from a business trip to Seattle on Tuesday. Judge L. T. Krwin returned on Tues day from a brief visit to the sound. A new floor is being laid in the court house under orders of the county com missioners. Mr. and Mrs. lieorge (itiilland have tnkiii up their home for the winter with David liiiilland, er. Malcolm M.Lennon is now driving a handsome pair of hays to a new tup bug gy purchased of Collin Broa. There will be only two more meetings of the city council b...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 21 October 1897

llVlelange Buy the'heallhfnl drink — I'oftum Ce real—at Kinsey -.% Co.'a 33 4 1 Tommy QhuMM is again able to be about with the aid of crutches. Col. L. S. Howlett is anticipating a visit from his sister, Mrs. tinodhue, oi Helena, Mont. Mr. George Aldrich lelt ou Tuesday for Ida home in Providence. R. I. He will lie missed by many friends. A. B. F'inlay returned to ah home In Wenatchee on Thursday lust after a very pleaaant MBit with Yakima friends. Bread, confectionery and pastry, al* ways fresh and always good, at Ditter 4 Mechtel's bakery, on Vakima uv. 31 ii A ei*-year-01.l child of Mr. M. I."wis. residing in the northern part uf tOWO, died on Friday morning last of uialan.u fever. Capt. Marshall Sctidder and Bmil Schanno left on Saturday laat with « four-horee.load of supplies for the Swank mines. W. J. Roaf is ijuite seriously ill with typho-malariul lever, which ie COOalng his friends considerable anxiety. HU wife ia alao on the nick list. Mr. Chippg, formerly a waiter in tbe ...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 28 October 1897

Who knows what you have to sell unless you in form them ? Try Herald ad VOL. IX. STTJDEBAKER -withouTJ TIIE AN ■** T EQUAL" We have just received another r?^^ WUh '" ,vp *,ior wofkm»n»hlp. carload ol these goods snd if yon 15l«^^P§»&»23iMe thoroughly seasoned timber, the need a Wagon and will stop a /flsl^fcJTJM^E^S^fftT heavy ironing, Norway iron clips, iiiomenl and consider that you '^S^^^^^lgSwP^*!*l "'"I"'"'"'"Id-red spokee, which Y/YKIMft tt/YRDWftR£, CO., UU AIIESIT PROFESSIONAL CARDS. CaSBOU B. OS4VSS, Kllciistnirs, Ika I' Knui.kuakt. North Vakima. ( 'RAVES -ft ENGEEHART, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Booms 7 ami S, Second floor, First Natlonsl llauk building. VKSTAL SNYIiKR, E. B PRKBLB, I'roM'i-iitiiiK Attiiruey. I'uurl I'niiinilH'r. GNYDEB A PREBLE, Attorneys at Law. offices: Secniiil Floor Brblotfsldt Block. TsklmsAvsnas, North Yakitns, v\s»li s^ 0. BENTON, 9 * • ATTORNEY AT LAW. Practices in Federal sml all stste courts, office over Yakima National Bank. 11 J. SNIVELY, ATTORNEY ...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 28 October 1897

A Snsiro Pnpiii! i l:EB~B-~ k InMRARnXr Hflß^l FY Your opportunity to get what everyone $ Watercoior pictures toe to $,; £ LUITIUHIIU lA I lUIIOLL I . . . rtr _ n ° . „ * "■**-•" pW Pastel pictures consisting of Print, Mowers, Marine and df -w ■■-w■- wHH ■ iS looking for and What WO all Want" % Rural scenes, 25c to 5.• Also a large list of Artotype and Photo- fl rIIHIII XII fl T afmtl siitiMij iir Mini! j ;3H^r;-^-== i FIIHTIM CO. — ME YAKIMA HERALD. BAII.KV .t UK*-! FY Published every Tliiirnlsi: siili»i*vl|.tt,in tl uc per year In advenes Advertising rstes Hpnii application, THURSDAY, OCToIiER ..*. IS:>7. CALL A HALT. "A civil service list is the logicsl cul mination of the civil service avstein of Washington," says l.yman 11. (iage ol the treasury department. He complains that the superannuated clerk is a clog on public business and is virtually a pen sioner at the present time. There are actually some old men on the list of clerks who are so feeble that they hsve to be lifted...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 28 October 1897

REPORrORLU FANCIES Brief Bits of Hews Gathered From the Highways and Byways of Life. PERSONAL AUD IMPERSONAL JOTTIHGS "News" I. Mimrililni That 1. >•• i-idfialli Known an* Here KeaS ere al "Tbe lluhi-I" Will Und a f on pie of « iolnnan. of 11. ■**— Edward Whitson returned from Olym pia Saturday. He reporte businesa aa br.sk over on tbe Sound. Mrs. i iiin.lhiii'.- of Helena, Mont., ar rived Saturday on a visit to her brother, Col. Howlett and family. Hey. E. C. Wheeler, of Ellensburg, preached in the Congregational church morning and evening last Sunday. C. M. Dishong, proprietor of the band laundry, is well once more and ready for all the business that may come bis way. 11. J. Bicknell has been advised by bia eastern agent that bis prunes were the beet packed prunes received by bis house this year. A. L. Dilley returned home Monday night from Hot Springe, where he went for treatment on account of rheumatism. Hs is very much improved. The Lombard A Horsley Furniture Co. has been i...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 28 October 1897

City Restaurant SCATCHARD & STROHAN Conduct tie. on'v first-class WHITE MANS RESTAURANT In this city. (iIVK. TIIKM A THI.W . Clean White Man's Food Nn >ly Served. Regular Meals 36a, Open all night. Short Orders at all Hours. White Help Only! EVER.I HIM \E\T AMI TASTI. THE RICHELIEU RESTAURANT Private Rous for Latin ami Eamilt Pitrtirx. MKAI.s, 18 AM' M GENTS. All.the delicacies of the season on our Tables. Call and see us. M'liiu IffTISTIM UIVBN Tit hai.i. ami i'aiii i amnaasatM at THE INUUU IBTiCIAIT. GRDVES "TASTELESS CHILL TDNIC 18 J UST AS COOD FOR ADULTS. WARRANTED. PRICE 50 cts. <1 AI.ATIA. I U.S., Nov. ll'., 1833. ParlaMcdlclnorn., Bt. Ixium, Mil Gentlnmen:—Wo snid liua yi-iir. mi bottle! of GBOVKB TABTBLKSS CHILI, TONIC mi.l liuvi, bi.uiitit tlir**--,. iiri.Ka uiri'.-iily Urn* your. In all oar ea* penenro ..f ll yoiira. In tin* drug bllKlncaa, luivo never mild hii aftlola tlititg.'ivt. mm Ii unirorul i.*jii» tacUuu aa y kit Tuulc. Yours truly, -dUNLY.CAHK JtCO. inn...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 4 November 1897

The Yakima Herald. SIX PAGES. A Few Reasons Why WILSON'S AIR TIGHT HEATER© .A.IRE TIES IE BEST! jt They consume less than half j£ the fuel othvv stoves require. They will hold lire :iti hour* Slll<l ™ ilh careful attention will never go out. They will burn chip*, shav i^^^^^^^Hl ings, bark, roots, corn cobs or I cord wood. They utilize sin fuel sill Hie gas %># %4 which in other stove* go to waste With the above reasons (and there are others) you are justified in throwing out the old heater and putting in a "Wilson." It would mean solid comfort for all and a clean house for the wife. See our splendid line. . YAKIMA HARDWARE CO. FIRST NATIONAL BANK of North Yakima. BIRICTORS. W. M. I.ftd.l, W. 1.. SielnwlK, Chaf. ('Hrprntcr. H. U. Scuduer, A. B. WyckofT. Capital, aiOO,OOO Surplus, 027,000 W. M Udd, Prealdeut Charles CariKMiUjr, Vice president W. U SteiuweK, Cashier :o: DOES A i iKN XII.M. BANKING BUSINESS. Bays and Sells Eichange at Reaaenabir R;itcx. PAYS INTEREST ON TIMB DKPO...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 4 November 1897

ZFTTRnSTITTTIRE IFTTIRISnTTXRIE FTJRITITTJRE A Business Pniiiii! ":: |™p~~' i RMBARD& HDRSLEY Your opportunity to get what everyone „l std ,„,,!, «,nsistin R of' Pn.it, Flowers, Marine amii^ *""""" "■*'** IIWIIULL I IS looking for and What we all want-- Rural scenes, 25c to $1. Alto ■ large list of Artotype and Photo- r B|millT >llfir Hft Snunfu iir Niiiis!-""- : =:?: -"-'jUBNIIUnt " rilE YAKIMA HERALD. nAII.EY A TIES! XV. Publlahrd every Thnrmlty: ■■btcriptlOD 11.00 per year in advance. Ailn-rtlnliiK rates upon .1 ■ v,. ,-i...; THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 4, JsW. rM.IKIi HOWS. Hkhai.d: A silver democrat on a nil- , ver platform was elected Tuesday mayor of Indianapolis by a conceded majority Ol 5000. Republic: As usual, Tiik HcBALO has gotten it slightly mixed. Mayor Tag" part is not, nor lias he ever been, a silver democrat. Tne Nation, the great gnld '"'t! ornan, under date of October L'H, says: "The j explanation of the silver mayor's success ■ in Chatanooga was the fact that lie ...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 4 November 1897

Our Fish Bros. 9 Wagons, Hacks, Buckboards and Carriages are not only the BENT made but the Style and Finish ELEGANT and the price much less than the same quality can be bought elsewhere. For sale by fIOFFIIV BROTHERS REPORTORIAL FANCIES Brief Bits of Sews Gathered From the Highways and Byways of Life. PERSONAL AND IMPERSONAL JOTTINGS "Newi'i Is Something That I* >oi 1 mm Known and Here Head ers of "The Herald" Will find a Couple of Columns of It. A. B. Ross left yesterday morning for Run Francisco. IVputy Sheriff Howard is able to be on iluty once more. Miss Minnie Kllis has been visiting J. 1! Morehead, of Uoldendale. One of Mr. Laswell's children, in the Natcheez valley, died of diptheria last week. W. L. Splhwii shipped two car loads of horses to Oklahoma this week. John Kilwards accompanied him. Chris Scow hasn't named his new girl vet. She arrived Sunday and Ihih been crowned queen of the house. It, K. SperrV) who has been recom mended for the position of poHtmaster at Nort...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 4 November 1897

'"From o\ir l'HrHgrii|ili« I nun Parker. Captain l>unn was a Sunnypide visitor on Wednesday. J. F. Gordon and wife visited Moxee friends on Sun.lay. J. (i. Boyle and wife of North Yakima, were visiting in Parker on Sunday. Miss Lulu Dunn returned home last Saturday nftera week's visit with friends in North Yakima. A. P. I'udley returned from Tacotna Saturday nigh:. Qatt* a number of Parker people at tended thp peanut social at Zillah Thurs day eveniug. They all report having a tine time. Mrs. Tom Wilson is the owner of a new buggy, and drives the champion trotter of Parker. ■#llln li /■ i>li l r* A fruit fair was held at Sunnyside Fri day night. Twenty-five Zillah people made quite an aldition to their crowd From all reports, everybody had a fine time. There are plenty of ducks on the river now, anil gnn&sn are having tine sport. The sheepmen arc bringing their liocks to winter quarters. A committee of three consisting of Mrs. Hatch, Mrs. Herod and Mrs. Walden were appoint...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
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